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Phrasal Verbs: Let

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Question 1
Choose the correct usage:
A
I felt totally let off after she refused to accept my proposal.
B
Sam felt let down after his girlfriend failed to turn up as promised.
Question 1 Explanation: 
The correct phrase is ‘let down’, which means to disappoint someone/fail to keep an arrangement.
Question 2
Choose the correct usage:
A
The officer let him on as it was his first offence.
B
The judge let him off with a fine rather than a prison sentence since it was his first offence.
Question 2 Explanation: 
The correct phrase is ‘let off’, which means to not punish someone/pardon someone.
Question 3
Choose the correct usage:
A
The convict was let out of prison after serving five years of an eight-year sentence.
B
The convict was let through of prison after serving five years of an eight-year sentence.
Question 3 Explanation: 
The correct phrase is ‘let out’, which means to allow to leave or go out.
Question 4
Choose the correct usage:
A
He promised to let me in on the secret if I helped him.
B
I didn't mean to let him off about the party; I just said it without thinking.
Question 4 Explanation: 
The correct phrase is ‘let on’, which means to tell a secret.
Question 5
Choose the correct usage:
A
The guards refused to let him in the nightclub because of his dress.
B
The poor man was not let on due to the deplorable state of his clothes.
Question 5 Explanation: 
The correct phrase is ‘let in’, which means to allow someone to enter.
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